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STAR GIFT! Name a Star after a loved one, a lost family member, a newborn baby or a lost pet. (£9.99 with free Collect+ and Quidco 12% new customers, can upgrade to deluxe one for 19.99 which is on 3 for 2 so £13.32 each) at Very
STAR GIFT! Name a Star after a loved one, a lost family member, a newborn baby or a lost pet. (£9.99 with free Collect+ and Quidco 12% new customers, can upgrade to deluxe one for 19.99 which is on 3 for 2 so £13.32 each) at Very

STAR GIFT! Name a Star after a loved one, a lost family member, a newborn baby or a lost pet. (£9.99 with free Collect+ and Quidco 12% new customers, can upgrade to deluxe one for 19.99 which is on 3 for 2 so £13.32 each) at Very

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Magical gift idea, I've just named a star after my new baby nephew as a gift but think it'd be lovely to remember a loved one too, or for a newly married couple!

Cheapest I can find (collection) you can get them online for £6.99 plus £3.99 postage.

Details:

With this Wonderful Name A Star Gift, Your Feelings For A Loved One Can Really Sparkle.

Perfect for celebrating birthdays, anniversaries or simply to show how much you care, it allows you to name a star on the Intergalactic Star Database for a gift that lasts an eternity.

This set comes with a personalised certificate, along with a map of the night skies and a guide to the northern constellations that any stargazer will love.

What you get:

Chosen star name up to 22 characters

Introduction letter

Personalised A5 certificate

Map of the night skies poster

Guide to the northern constellations book

Size: 200 x 250 mm

Name A Star

Please note: A name must be entered into the personalisation field for the order to be accepted. *If ordering more than one Name a Star, please ensure that the personalisation details are put through one at a time *

Or if you're buying more than one, get the deluxe gift box one for 19.99 on 3 for 2:

very.co.uk/nam…510

13 Comments

It's a nice idea but it has absolutely zero legal premise for the name to be used, you might as well just design a certificate yourself & save the tenner

Gift ideas for the gullible. Make your own fantasy certificate instead.

Silly really ...

Looks like an absolute con of Dellboy proportions to me
Edited by: "perrioli" 9th Dec 2016

rhinopaul

Gift ideas for the gullible. Make your own fantasy certificate instead.



​set up a service and do it cheaper then, seeing as your an expert.

Original Poster

Wow I thought it was a lovely gesture. Doesn't really matter to me it's not legal, I don't work in law and to design and print all the documentation alone would cost you more than £9.99, not to mention researching your own Northern Constellations, great if you have the time, lol!

northwales

​set up a service and do it cheaper then, seeing as your an expert.


Oooh, You obviously bought one. LOL.

I think people will know this isn't legally binding etc. but the gesture is nice. More symbolic really.

"a lost family member"? If i got lost I'd prefer a sat-nav or gps unit...

Really is a terrible money grabbing exercise.
There are billions of stars out there, what make you ever think one would be named after you or the odds that they use the same crappy star for every "official certificate"

CAZ8311

Wow I thought it was a lovely gesture. Doesn't really matter to me it's … Wow I thought it was a lovely gesture. Doesn't really matter to me it's not legal, I don't work in law and to design and print all the documentation alone would cost you more than £9.99, not to mention researching your own Northern Constellations, great if you have the time, lol!


Just google Name a star for free, also plenty of images of gift certificates to copy.

Surely if you feel this type of thing has meaning, you will be better off looking at the night sky and learning a few constellations that you can actually see, point at it and dedicate it to your loved one.Or look up the moons craters and dedicate it, that way you will get to see it regularly on a full moon.

name an oxygen molecule

Would prefer someone donated to charity on my behalf rather than giving to a commercial business not really providing any thing in return.
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